The Library Research Tutorial (formerly called the General Library Research Tutorial or GLRT) is comprised of 6 modules, each with its own quiz, and takes approximately 1 - 2 hours to complete. See the descriptions above for more information on content, time to complete the modules, and the number of questions per quiz.
You can assign any or all of the modules and their quizzes to your students and have them save or print their results as PDFs to hand in. Or you can assign all of the modules and have them complete one quiz with all 20 questions.
For a 'lite' version of the LRT, assign module 3, Finding books in Andruss Library, and module 4, Finding articles in Andruss Library. Together they provide a shorter, less theoretical introduction to using specific library's resources.
Please note that the tutorial is a work in progress, so we welcome your feedback! If you have suggestions for revisions/deletions/additions, please let us know using the Suggestion Box.
Andruss Library Faculty
The contents of the new General Library Research Tutorial may be reused with attribution. Please copy the following into new works based on the tutorial:
Adapted from an Information Literacy Tutorial licensed by the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License, based on a work at guides.library.uwm.edu. Content has been substantially changed to reflect local practices and in some cases omitted for the sake of brevity.
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